You may have seen a nvxdsync.exe process in your Task Manager and wondered what it is. Well, nvxdsync.exe is an executable file, which is part of the NVIDIA User Experience Driver Component. Its basic function is to manage and help render 3D Graphics.
What is nvxdsync
The file nvxdsync.exe can be found in C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Display folder. If it is located in this folder, then it is the legitimate NVIDIA process. If not, then it could be malware.
The has a size of 1169 KB on my Windows 8.1 and is seen consuming 3.8 MB memory. The program at times is known to use massive amounts of memory. If you face this issue, terminating this process won’t crash your system, but it is required for proper functioning of the Graphics/3D card. You may face difficulties while playing 3D games or using 3D processes.
Nvvsvc.exe is NVIDIA Display Driver Service. This process provides desktop level support to the NVIDIA Display driver. If you wish to disable this service, you will have to Run services.msc to open the Services Manager, double-click on NVIDIA Display Driver Service and set its start-up status to Disable. Disabling the NVIDIA Display Driver Service, will stop both, viz. nvxdsync.exe and related process nvvsvc.exe from running, and also stops the NVIDIA Control Panel from showing up on the desktop context menu.
nvxdsync.exe Application Error
Nvxdsync.exe application errors may occur if, during execution of 3D files, Windows encounters lag while rendering the frames. Try to free-up your computer resources, like maybe changing Windows theme to Basic.
Many sites suggest using a Registry Cleaner to fix it. No! Using it will not help you fix nvxdsync Application Error.
I had received this error. Clicking on OK / Terminating the process / A simple restart of the computer will help make it go away.
If you continue to receive such nvxdsync.exe errors, you might want to consider reinstalling this NVIDIA driver.
Hope this throws some light on the process.
Looking to learn more about other processes, files, file types or file formats in Windows? Check these links:
Windows.edb files | Thumbs.db files | DLL and OCX files | NFO and DIZ files | Swapfile.sys, Hiberfil.sys & Pagefile.sys | TrustedInstaller.exe | Index.dat file | Desktop.ini file | Svchost.exe | RuntimeBroker.exe | StorDiag.exe | Shellexperiencehost.exe.